The Ultimate Guide to Restoring a Loose Vagina

Posted by SVAKOM 16/03/2013 0 Comment(s) Testimonials,

The tightness or looseness of a vagina is one topic that will continue to be animatedly debated till infinity. There are many sides to this argument, depending on what you choose to believe. 

While some people think the vagina loses elasticity with time and becomes loose permanently, others are of a contrary opinion. The fact is: the vagina is elastic. It is designed to contain many things like dildos, the penis, or a baby. But it doesn't take ages for the vagina to snap back into shape.

Although the vagina might slightly become loose after childbirth, the overall integrity of the muscle remains the same. Here is one thing, even though the vagina does not necessarily lose shape, it is still possible to tighten a vagina. However, it is the pelvic floor that gets tightened, not the actual entrance.

Do you want to distinguish fact from fiction, truth from misconception as to tightening up your vagina for overall health and wellbeing? Read on then.


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Cause of Vagina Laxity 

There are a few reasons why a vagina might not feel as tight as before. Some of these reasons are:

Reduced Estrogen levels precipitated by health problems 

It is also possible to experience health issues that trigger reduced estrogen levels

Aging tendons and muscles leading to a weak pelvic floor

Once a woman is nearing her menopause, the vagina may also begin to change shape. The drop in estrogen levels may cause the following:
 

  • Thinner vagina
  • Drier
  • Reduced acidity
  • Less flexible or stretchy

 


Vaginal childbirth that expands the vaginal walls, tendons, and muscles

It is perfectly natural for the vagina to go through transformations after vaginal birth. The vaginal muscles expand to let your baby out into the world from the birth canal. 

Once your child is born, it is possible to notice the vagina has a slightly lax structure. That's quite normal. However, the vagina should begin to retake its former shape a few days to weeks after putting it to bed. 

Multiple births also have a higher likelihood of muscular laxity. If you feel self-conscious about this, you can start exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor before during and after childbirth.

Genetics 

Let's face it; no two vaginae are precisely the same. That being said, it is possible for one vagina to feel tighter than another despite all the factors listed above. But if you feel your vagina has become loose, you need to check below to make sure.

Symptoms of a Loose Vagina  

Some of these may be symptoms of vagina laxity: 

  • Vaginal discomfort or pain during sex
  • Unusual bleeding post sexual intercourse
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Unusual Vaginal discharge
  • Slight burn during urination
  • Itch or burn around the surface of the vagina
  • Reduced libido
  • Decreased sexual satiety post-sexual activity.

 


Now, there are many techniques to strengthen the pelvic floor. Pelvic workouts are the ideal way to strengthen the pelvic floor. These muscles are components that form the core, providing support for the:

 

  • Uterus
  • Bladder
  • Small intestine
  • Rectum


Once age begins to catch up with you, you may start to:

 

  • Leak urine by accident or break wind unintentionally
  • Feel a constant urge to urinate
  • Slight pain in the pelvic area


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Steps to strengthen the pelvic floor 

If you want to strengthen the pelvic floor, do the following workouts.

Kegels  

Before you start the Kegel exercise, it is vital to identify the muscles of your pelvis. Do this by pausing your pee. If you are successful, then that is the right muscle.


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The next step is to proceed thus:
 

  • Lay on your back
  • Tighten the muscles you paused earlier. Contract for up to 10 seconds then release for another 5 seconds.
  • Do this repeatedly for up to 10 times.


As you strengthen the pelvic muscles, you may increase the time for contraction. Remember not to tighten your stomach muscles, thighs, or butt during the legal workout. Concentrate solely on the pelvic floor.

Pelvic tilt Exercise  

Apart from Kegels, you can also strengthen the pelvic floor with a pelvic tilt workout. Not as popular as Kegels, it is reasonably helpful. 

  • Stand upright with your butt and shoulders pressed against a wall while your knees remain lax.
  • Push your belly button in the direction of your spine. If done correctly, your back would be pressed flatter against the wall.
  • Keep your belly button tight for up to 5 seconds, then release.
  • You can repeat this exercise as many times as possible throughout the day.

 


Vaginal cones 

  Another vagina strengthening exercise is to use vagina cones. It is an object the size of a tampon that you insert into the vagina and contract.

  • Insert the vagina cone into your vagina
  • Contract the muscles. If possible, hold for up to 20 minutes twice daily
  • Increase the come weight as you get better at contracting the cone for on her time frames.

Estrogen Therapy 

  If you are not equal to the task of the pelvic floor exercises, you can go for estrogen therapy. Advancements in science and technology have made it possible for today's women to receive customized hormone replacement therapy (HRTs).

  HRTs help replace hormones that are no longer produced by the body due to a gradual decrease in estrogen levels. These creams allow the proper dosage of hormones to enter the body through the skin to alleviate hot flashes, depression, and night sweats. The woman feels younger, and that feeling is impacted on the body, including the vagina.

  Labiaplasty  

  If all else fails, you can try surgery. Labiaplasty or vaginoplasty is a procedure that tightens the vagina in a process called vaginal rejuvenation. 

  Other women prefer a revirgination, a procedure that replaces the hymen to replicate its original form. You can also find women who take out the tissue covering the clitoris in a clitoral unhooding process. However, just like any other surgery, it can cost a premium, and there are also side-effects.

  Eat healthily  

  Another way to tighten the vagina is by eating nourishing food. A healthy diet can keep your vagina tight, healthy, happy, and free from diseases. 

   A change in lifestyle, which also includes adopting the food into your diet, can have a significant impact on vaginal health. You can strengthen your pelvic floor by consuming foods that boost estrogen levels. 

  Below is a list of estrogen building foods that is good for you. 

  Tofu  

  Tofu is a byproduct of soy milk that is loaded with phytoestrogens - particularly isoflavones. It can be eaten by itself or used as an ingredient with multiple uses ranging from stir-fries to soup.

  Sesame seeds 

Sesame seed is an estrogen builder due to its high concentration of lignans. You will readily find sesame in Asian cuisine, and it is the ideal choice to stimulate estrogen levels through healthy food.

Flaxseeds 

Just like Sesame seeds, Flaxseeds contain a high amount of lignans. It can be paired with bread, blended as a smoothie ingredient, or added to salads. Flaxseed is an effective way to consume estrogen building foods.

Soybeans This should not come as a surprise because of the inclusion of tofu. Also known as edamame, Soybeans is one of the ideal sources to boost estrogen. It can be eaten as a snack or grounded into powder as a shake.

Hummus 

Well known as a spread or dip, Hummus is produced from chickpea. It has a large number of phytoestrogens, making it one of the best choices to eat healthily while building estrogen. A 100g serving of Hummus contains 993mcg of phytoestrogen. 

  Dried fruit 

You can eat fruits like prunes, dates, and apricots to improve your estrogen count. Dates are an especially great source with 445.5mcg of phytoestrogens in every 100mg serving.

Fennel 

Fennel is a herb loaded with flavor that is beneficial in the production of estrogen. It can be used in a variety of meals.

Herbal Treatment  

Although not scientifically proven, there are herbal creams on the market that claim to enhance vaginal tightness.

  Ongoing research is showing promise that alum has vagina tightening, skin lightening, and antiseptic properties. A note of caution: the precise alum variant recommended for use is the Potassium Alum. Do not use ammonium alum or synthetic alum, which is hazardous for your health.

How to tighten the vagina with alum 

You can rinse the vagina with water that has alum by doing the following:

  • Put the alum in a basin or bucket of water until adequately mixed. Sit deep inside to make sure the vagina is properly soaked in the solution.
  • Use a soft sponge to wash your vagina with an alum-water solution. 
  • Soak a tampon in the alum-water solution before inserting it into the vagina. Leave for a few minutes before removal.


Alum is seen as a natural, painless, cost-effective way to tighten the vagina. And it is touted not to have any side-effects.

Nonetheless, there are precautions to take before using alum for tightening the vagina. Some of these include:

 

  • Do not leave the alum for an extended period inside the vagina to avoid over-tightening.
  • Do not place the alum directly inside the vagina as irritations can arise in the vagina's walls.
  • Expectant mothers and women with vaginal infection are precluded from using alum.
  • Do not use alum regularly as it can lead to yeast infections or cause vaginal irritation.
  • Avoid ammonium alum or any other type of synthetic alum to prevent health complications.
  • Be sure to use the right alum as both synthetic and natural alum look alike.


Alright, we hope you have learned sufficiently about vaginal looseness and the possibly remedial steps to take. We always advocate for caution when taking these procedures. It is best to confirm your preferred solution with a qualified medical practitioner before executing it.